"Medical Marijuana: Prop 203′s Passage Means a New Billion-Dollar Industry for Arizona."

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sat, 11/27/2010 - 15:31.

 

The New York Times published more disturbing news for citizens living in states that have political leadership too incompetent, corrupt  and/or ignorant to legalize marijuana and other cannabis industries, like HEMP... living in a nation ruled at the federal level by political leadership too incompetent, corrupt  and/or ignorant to legalize marijuana and other cannabis industries, like HEMP..."It is being called the green rush. With more states moving to legalize medical marijuana, the business of growing and dispensing it is booming, even as much of the rest of the economy struggles."

Political leadership in economically and intellectually repressed states like Ohio are increasing imprisonment of minor marijuana offenders, feeding their economies off taxpayers funding poverty and police, prosecutors and their prisons, as political leadership in good states like Colorado are rolling in "the green rush". And, according to the National Cannabis Industries Association, for the newest Green State in America... "Medical Marijuana: Prop 203′s Passage Means a New Billion-Dollar Industry for Arizona."

A new BILLION DOLLAR INDUSTRY for ARIZONANS - and POVERTY AND PRISON FOR OHIOANS.

The New York Times article I quote is from November 22, 2010 - New Trade Group’s Focus Will Be Marijuana Industry - announcing formation of the National Cannabis Industries Association that I quote above as well. About this new group representing what will soon be a multi-hundred-billion-dollar industry... Marijuana...:

Now, flush with financial clout, and with their eyes on pushing Congress to further loosen laws, medical marijuana industry leaders are forming a national trade association. While there are smaller, local trade groups, organizers around the country say this will be the first business organization working on the national level.

Based in Washington, the group, the National Cannabis Industry Association, will focus primarily on lobbying, but will also help medical marijuana businesses navigate a patchwork of laws that differ depending on location.

The group’s board members, which include some of the more prominent names in the medical marijuana industry, say the need for a national association has become increasingly apparent with the explosion of the legal marijuana business. Such businesses include dispensaries, growing facilities and equipment suppliers.

The group will officially begin at a national convention in Denver next month.

“This is an industry in its infancy,” said Bob Selan, a board member and chief executive of Kush magazine, a medical marijuana lifestyle publication. “But it is an industry now.”

The National Cannabis Industries convention is KushCon II:

Colorado Convention Center set to buzz with largest-ever cannabis convention, December 17-19

DENVER, CO – Over 300,000 square feet of the Colorado Convention Center in Denver this December 17-19 will be consumed by KushCon II, the largest star-studded Cannabis Lifestyle convention ever to take place.

The event, sponsored by Kush Magazine and dailybuds.com, is open to the public, family-friendly and cannabis free. The event will feature over 450 vendor booths running the gamut of the marijuana industry – from a daily concert series to ski jumping demonstrations to dispensaries to gift items that are sure to complete any “Kushmas” list.

Obviously, there will not be any KushCons and billion-dollar cannabis industry activities in states that have political leadership too incompetent, corrupt  and/or ignorant to legalize marijuana and other cannabis industries, like HEMP.

I'll be in Denver covering KushCon II for my friends back home in real NEO, Ohio... pushing the legal cannabis industries your way, as WE push OUR OHIO and FEDERAL elected officials to stop being too incompetent, corrupt  and/or ignorant to legalize marijuana and other cannabis industries, like HEMP, in Ohio and America.

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